See Writelarge.com for details. The Garden of Intuition was the story the story of wounded healer Sephie, the controlling mother-figure Sandra and a ruthless young boy named Syn, and how the three of them learn that each needs and depends on the other as part of the cycle of life. Oh, crap. That might have been a spoiler. If the book had been written. Topics: Podcast, Short Fiction
Dominican born NYC writer Miguel Gardel reads from his short story, Furniture Factory. Touching on workingclass conflict and internal immigrant exile. Airing on Arts Express Radio. Topics: workingclass, immigration, oppression, short fiction
Caroline Mallory, aging, widowed, and facing the prospect of illness and decline, retreats for a few defiant days to an island off the Alabama coast. She has been coming to this island all her life; the house holds her memories, though the world around it, and indeed the house itself, have both changed over the years. Though she has intended to spend these days alone, her neighbor in the next house intrudes on her solitude. Like Caroline, Joe Keough has come seeking a respite in the sun... Topics: short fiction, audiobooks & poetry, literature
LibriVox ’s Short Story Collection 054: a collection of 20 short works of fiction in the public domain read by a group of LibriVox members. This collecton comprises: Aunt Nell by George A. Birmingham (1865-1950) The Cat and Cupid by Arnold Bennett (1867-1931) Chu-Bu and Sheemish by Lord Dunsany (Edward J. M. D. Plunkett) (1878-1957) The District Doctor by Ivan S. Turgenev (1818-1883) The Eagle’s Nest by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson (1832-1910) Trans: Rasmus Bjørn Anderson (1846–1936) The... Topics: librivox, audiobook, short stories, adventure, short fiction Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of Tales of Chekhov, Vol. 01, by Anton Chekhov. Read by Kirsten Ferreri. This is the first of thirteen volumes of Anton Chekhov's short stories, translated by Constance Garnett. Anton Chekhov was a Russian doctor who turned to fiction as a hobby, and quickly blossomed into one of the masters of the short story genre. Though he is arguably best known for his dramatic works, such as The Cherry Orchard , his stories are widely considered to be some of the most perfect examples... Topics: librivox, audiobook, chekhov, short fiction, dramatic Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
A collection of fifteen stories featuring ghoulies, ghosties, long-leggedy beasties and things that go bump in the night. Expect shivers up your spine, the stench of human flesh, and the occasional touch of wonder. Readers include: Roger Clifton StephenC John Feaster Stephen Ball om123 Erin B. Lillis Psudonae Vox Gregg Margarite Bill Boerst For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox... Topics: librivox, audio, audiobook, ghost, horror, short fiction Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox ’s Short Story Collection 055: a collection of 20 short works of fiction in the public domain read by a group of LibriVox members, including stories by J. M. Barrie, O. Henry, Jerome, Joyce, London, Saki, R. L. Stevenson, Trollope, Wilde and Wodehouse. For further information, including reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more free audio books or to become a volunteer reader, visit... Topics: librivox, audiobook, short stories, short fiction Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Short story about a lonely bachelor named John Dough, who may or may not be a work of fiction. To escape the hell of loneliness, he escapes to Las Vegas. Topics: short fiction, Las Vegas, science fiction, insanity
LibriVox Short Story Collection Vol. 053, read by LibriVox volunteers. A collection of 20 short works of fiction in the public domain read by a group of LibriVox members, including short stories by Melville, Blackwood, Hawthorne, Dostoyevsky, Wilde and Thomas Hood. This collection comprises: 01 - The Piazza by Herman Melville (1819-1891) 02 - The Lightning-Rod Man by Herman Melville (1819-1891) 03 - The Bell-Tower by Herman Melville (1819-1891) 04 - Titbottom's Spectacles by George William... Topics: librivox, audiobook, short stories, adventure, short fiction Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
In the Writers Corner, Miguel Gardel reads from his work touching on state terror, rebellion and the turbulent Balaguer years in the Dominican Republic. Topics: politics, short fiction, state terror, rebellion, Latin America
Gish Jen's short story about a Chinese immigrant family of four and the. conflict between their Chinese sensibilities versus American sensibilities Topics: Gish Jen, Chinese, Asian, Chinese American, Asian American, Short Fiction
LibriVox recording of The Death of Ivan Ilyitch, by Leo Tolstoy. Translated by Constance Garnett. Read by Laurie Anne Walden The Death of Ivan Ilyitch is the story of a socially ambitious middle-aged judge who contracts an unexplained and untreatable illness. As Ivan Ilyitch is forced to face the death he fears, he asks himself whether the life he thought was so correct was, in fact, a moral life after all. Written after Tolstoy's religious conversion, the novella is widely considered to be one... Topics: Literature, novella, short fiction, Ivan Ilyich, Ivan Ilich, Librivox, audiobook Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Dominican born NYC writer Miguel Gardel of Solidaridad Press reads from his short story, Furniture Factory. Touching on workingclass conflict and internal immigrant exile. Airing on Arts Express Radio . Topics: workingclass, immigration, short fiction, solidaridad press, arts express radio
Synthetic Voices is a monthly audio podcast dedicated to sharing great audio fiction picks from the realms of SF, Fantasy, and Horror. Topics: audio fiction, podcast, science fiction, fantasy, horror, short fiction
Features the previously unreleased short story "Spirits" by Mark Leslie as well as commentary from the author regarding the origin of the story and his decision to abandon his search for a traditional print publisher and instead publish this story as a digital "ebook." Topics: horror, fiction, Canadian, short fiction, ghost story, love story, podcast
Megan must seek help to fend off the specter of Smith. She finds Rachel, but will she help, or will Rachel refuse? Find out if Megan has burned too many bridges, or if she'll be able to cross to quieter shores. This is a continuation of a previous line of stories, beginning with Finding an Ally. Listen to all episodes to delve fully into this world! Go to www.theunbodied.com for more info on the show, and email me there: geoff @theunbodied.com. Thanks for listening! Topics: geoff sink, unbodied, story, podcast, short fiction, audio, mp3, utah, unusual, fantasy
In the second installment, Megan begins to realize how isolated she has become, and the only person who wants her company is Smith. But he's dead, right? Megan has a chilling encounter that convinces her that she can no longer go it alone. Get to know the characters by listening to Finding an Ally, and the three shows that follow it. Go to www.theunbodied.com for more info about the show, and email me: geoff @ theunbodied.com. Topics: geoff sink, unbodied, ghostcake, fantasy, short fiction, story, mp3, podcast, unusual, journey
A door that opens up to new and different possibilities for the man living behind it. A woman whose past haunts her to such an extent that she is driven to extreme measures. It all ends up as a curious tale that is both dark and intriguing at the very same time. Topics: short story, flash fiction, Michael Constantine, fantasy, short fantasy, short fiction, fiction
12 somewhat bizarre tales. The author of 21 books of poetry, this is London, Ontario writer Andreas Gripp's first collection of short fiction. Topics: fiction, short fiction, flash fiction, short stories, Andreas Gripp, Canadian Fiction, Gripp Andreas
Synaeresis is an online journal showcasing literary and artistic talent from London Ontario, Canada, United States, and from around the world. Though poetry is predominant, there is also flash fiction, photography, and original artwork. Published by Harmonia Press of London, Ontario. Issue One Contributors: Donna Allard / Brian Baker / Peter Baltensperger / Lana Bella / Hannah Bleier / Christine Brandel / April Bulmer / Kristina Elyse Butke / Carrie Connel-Gripp / Paula Marie... Topics: magazines, poetry, poems, flash fiction, short fiction, photography, photographs, art, paintings
LibriVox recording of "At the Bay." Katherine Mansfield was prominent Modernist writer of short fiction. This a ninety minute story from her collection of The Garden Party . Read by Luci Burgoyne. For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. Download M4B (41MB) Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, short fiction, mansfield, at the bay, garden party Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Short stories about bizarre mental health disorders. The mind is the most terrifying place of all! Topics: fiction, short fiction, Vaknin, Shmuel, Sam, short stories, stories, poems, poetry, family, love,...
PodCastle episodes 001-350, flash 001-080, metacasts and more. Please note that the uploader is not associated with Escape Artists. I am only a humble fan who thought others might enjoy and find useful a page containing the MP3s to all of the publicly available episodes so far (2015-02-18). http://podcastle.org/ http://podcastle.org/conditions-of-use/ Topics: Podcast, Fantasy, MP3, Short fiction, Short stor, PodCastle, Escape Artists, Audio, Audio book,...
Now that the Hugos have ended, Carol and Emmet discuss the winners, losers, and that debacle with the Ustream broadcast. Topics: The Momus Report, The Hugos, John Scalzi, Ustream, Doctor Who, Neil Gaiman, short fiction, Game of...
byJulianna Spallholz, NF Huth, Lori Anderson Moseman
Julianna Spallholz reads her short fiction and NF Huth and Lori Anderson Moseman read their poetry at the Yes! Reading Series, held in the Social Justice Center in Albany, New York, on 24 February 2012. Emcees are the poets James Belflower and Matthew Klane. Topics: Julianna Spallholz, NF Huth, Lori Anderson Moseman, James Belflower, Matthew Klane, poetry, short...
I won the 1997 Maiden Prose Award of the Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture for "Requesting My Loved One". I thought it was ironic: a prisoner, writing about an amoral world through his own disintegration - awarded the Ministry of Education and Culture. Topics: Hebrew, fiction, short fiction, Vaknin, Shmuel, Sam, short stories, stories, poems, poetry, family,...
Please note that the uploader is not associated with Escape Artists. I am only a humble fan who thought others might enjoy and find useful a page containing the MP3s to all of the publicly available episodes so far (7/8/2014) :) http://escapepod.org/about/ http://escapepod.org/conditions-of-use/ http://escapepod.org/contact-us/ Escape Pod is the premier science fiction podcast magazine. Every week we bring you short stories from some of today’s best science fiction stories, in... Topics: Podcast, Science Fiction, MP3, Short fiction, Short story, Scifi, Sci-fi, Escape Pod, Escape...
A collection of short stories, science fiction, fantasy and historical fiction -- how important changes might have come about. Suitable for all ages, adults, teenagers and older children. firstname.lastname@example.org Topics: short fiction, fiction, collection, short stories, science fiction, fantasy, historical fiction,...